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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cierke toth urii. 'Union Offices, 93 Vauxhali Road, Birmingam. Junie 1. 1893. 389 hiATERIALS. including':- STEETLahi 1. Plates for Salt Pans, 26. Tallow. 2. Plates for Boilers, 27. Torch OR I 3. Tools. 23. Tar, Best Refined Coat 4. Spades Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in Yorkshtre. lot received information of the intention to land a th smugglfd goods, at a place called the Salt Pans, nea ite Wick, on tel coast of Yorkshire. Several officers we!: . i.;; in sequence to the spot, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NARIROW ESCAPE FROM DRowN iNG.-On Friday evening, as a number of people -were bathing on the embankment beyond the Salt Pans, in Ballymacarrett, Thomas Ma- whinney, about 14 years of age, got out of his depth in one of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COLLISION IN LeouG' FOYLE.-On Tuesday even- ing last., shortly after five o'clock, a collision took place abreast or the Salt Pans, near Movill, between the sehoonel Athel, of Greonock, bound to Derry with coals, and the Eleanor, a lighter of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . LAW. COURT OF C.HANCERY.DU.LHN, MONDAY. The CHANCRLLOR Satat eleven o'clock, to hear' general 'cause petitions set down for the 'present term. MR. BlREWSTER, qO. 1'r. IMTCHAEL MORRIS applied to his lordship, at the sitting of the Court, to Subscribers-only content

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